The going rate for an electrical contractor is between 50 and 60 dollars per hour. Some may be less, but their credentials and past work should always be checked when in doubt.
no less than $75/hr
A general Contractor does not typically charge by the hour. They usually charge by the job or by percentage. A G.C.'s job is to hire and coordinate not to "work" so hours would be a pore measure of his worth. Perhaps you are confusing a GC with a Home Improvement Contractor?
45 Per hour
anywhere from $15 to $30 (double if legitimate contractor) an hour, and the walls of a 10 x 10 room can be rolled in an hour
A concrete contractor is paid between $60 and $95 per hour.
It depends on whether both are certified electricans or not. Often times one electrican is certified and one is an electricans apprentice. If both are certified, I thin the per hour rate would be around $150 - $160. If one is an electrician's apprentice, $130 is probably more reasonable.
An electrical contractor does the wiring for homes and businesses. They install the wiring and electrical components needed to run electricity. The question asks about a contactor, not a contractor. A contactor is a type of heavy duty electrical relay for using smaller voltages to control much larger voltages.
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500.00 total per job.
A one man plumbing contractor with a masters license can NET in excess of $260,000 for a 1,200 hour work year
well it is a career. you get paid by salary not. not the hours you work.
I do it for free
As much as you want.
Depends on how much they charge per hour
A roofer shouldn't charge by the hour he should charge by the square. In a square their is 100 sq.ft and they usually charge $300 per square.
3/4 of 75.00 = 56.25
however much they charge
50p an hour
You should probably charge $5 an hour
If you're a beginner then you should charge $5 an hour, but if you're more advanced, you should charge $6 or $7 an hour.